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aleks sierz

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Aleks is author of In-Yer-Face Theatre and Rewriting the Nation, co-editor of theatreVOICE website, and works as a journalist, broadcaster and theatre critic at large.

Articles By Aleks Sierz

Instructions for Correct Assembly, Royal Court review - Jane Horrocks in Middle England 'Westworld'

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Pressure, Park Theatre review - David Haig terrific in his own drama

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Black Men Walking, Royal Court review - inspiring and exhilarating

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The Great Wave, National Theatre review - moving epic of global loss

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Humble Boy, Orange Tree Theatre review - love, death and science in Middle England

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The Best Man, Playhouse Theatre review - Gore Vidal’s plodding presidential drama

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Frozen, Haymarket Theatre review - star cast explores the reality of evil

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Angry, Southwark Playhouse review – wondrously roaring Ridleyland

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Girls & Boys, Royal Court review - Carey Mulligan is stunningly brilliant

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The Divide, Old Vic review - Alan Ayckbourn’s overblown dystopia

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Gundog, Royal Court review - tedious and inconsequential

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Paines Plough Roundabout, Orange Tree Theatre review - too brief to really rock

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The Believers Are But Brothers, Bush Theatre review - a gimmick in search of a story

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The Birthday Party, Harold Pinter Theatre review - starry cast create a stunning masterpiece

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The Jungle, Young Vic review - physically and emotionally challenging

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Parliament Square, Bush Theatre, review – uncomfortable blaze of anger

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Westworld, Series 2, Sky Atlantic review - big trouble in sy...

Some critics complain that Westworld is too complicated for its own good, and you can see their point. Even on a basic level, it’s an...

Flo and Joan, Soho Theatre review - sisters in satirical har...

Flo and Joan are sisters (Nicola and Rosie Dempsey, their stage names being borrowed from their nan and her sister) and you may have recently seen...

LSO, Rattle, Barbican review - incandescent swansongs by Mah...

Why would any conductor resist Mahler's last great symphonic...

The Woman in White, BBC One review - camp Victoriana

The BBC excels at a very particular kind of drama,...

Ed Byrne, Touring review - the perils of modern fatherhood

Ed Byrne is a worried parent. Thankfully his two young sons are hale and hearty, but he is concerned he may be...

CD: Oliver Way - From The Shadows

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Reissue CDs Weekly: New York Dolls

Playing Vancouver’s Commodore Ballroom on 8 September 1974, the New York Dolls opened their first set of the evening with three cover versions....

Ibragimova, Tiberghien, Wigmore Hall review – light, bright...

The Brahms violin sonatas make a perfect spring evening recital. The Second and Third were...